The networking meeting Research Data Management Reloaded: Open Data and the Future of Research Data Management in the Social Sciences and Humanities targets research data management officers of universities and research institutes in German-speaking countries. It aims to bring together such representatives for a systematic knowledge exchange. This involves a review of Open Data requirements and related infrastructure, e.g. in terms of best practice guidelines, data repositories or data registration (persistent identifiers), as well as of resources to assist researchers in processing Open Data, such as the FOSTER Toolkit or the CESSDA Data Management Expert Guide. Based on this, participants will discuss recommendations for future action and networking in order to promote research and research data of their research institutes.
Data discovery is a crucial stage in the research process, especially in the social sciences and humanities as many valuable studies have originated from secondary data.
The UK Data Service holds the UK’s largest collection of research data. This introductory webinar is for anyone with an interest in social research who wants to hear about the vast array of resources we offer.
CESSDA is co-hosting the ERIC Forum event in May in Oslo. On 7-8 May, representatives of current and future ERICs will come together for the 9th ERIC Forum meeting, which will take place at the Research Council of Norway in Oslo.
This introductory webinar is intended for anyone who wants to hear about finding data from the UK Data Service.
The aim of the workshop is to present the CESSDA Data Management Expert Guide (DMEG), with an emphasis on new materials around RDM, GDPR and Data Discovery.
This introductory webinar is intended for anyone who wants to learn about research data management.
In this 1-day train-the–trainer course, our experts will give short lectures on a topic (e.g. FAIR data principles), identify the main points students should take away, and provide lecturers with handouts and exercises to use (or adapt for use) in their classrooms. Participants will receive digital copies of the lecture notes, handouts and related materials for their own use (under Creative Commons Attribution licenses). The first half of the day will focus on theoretical aspects, including touching on new ethical and legal considerations post-General Data Protection Regulation, the concept of Open Science, and the FAIR principles. The second half of the workshop will examine practical case studies in large-scale cross-national data harmonisation and documentation, the European Values Survey including introduction to free software that digitizes variable harmonisation and documentation work and get to preview a newly built website that will archive the documentation of such work.
Participants will hear about the key issues in secondary analysis as a method.
Are you an ESRC grant holder, whose grant has ended and is required to submit your research data into the ReShare repository?
Hosted by Utrecht University, the 2019 iteration of the Digital Humanities (DH) conference, the annual international conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations, will take place in the medieval city of Utrecht, one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands.
The 8th ESRA Conference will be held in Zagreb, Croatia, on 15-19 July 2019. The conference is hosted by the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Zagreb.
CESSDA is proudly sponsoring the event.
The current workshop introduces the FAIR data principles in light of ensuring Open Access to research data. It discusses requirements of Open Access to research data and how the FAIR data principles foster a widespread of high quality data. Based on the definition of the FAIR principles and the discussion on appropriate requirements, the course guides researchers on how to process shareable data that can be re-used by others and how researchers could make such shareable data FAIR.
This workshop is a short course at the GESIS Summer School 2019.
The European Sociological Association (ESA) is organising its 2019 conference in Manchester on 20-23 August.
The 2019 General Conference will be held at the University of Wrocław, Poland.
You can secure early bird registration for the 4th International ESS Conference at a reduced rate of €250 until 28 February 2019.
Every six months, the service providers of CESSDA meet. They are the institutions which are responsible for providing a service to CESSDA.
The infrastructures CESSDA, CLARIN and DARIAH under the umbrella of the EURISE Network, the European Research Infrastructure Software Engineers' Network, invite you to participate in their joint workshop on Digital Infrastructure Sustainability.
SSHOC, the Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud, has its official kick-off meeting in Utrecht, The Netherlands, on 11-12 March 2019.
The 6th European User Conference for EU-Microdata provides an international forum for the exchange of research based on EU-Microdata.
ESFRI will be organising a workshop on the relationship between ESFRI Research Infrastructures (RIs) and the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), in London on 30 January 2019.
After all the festivities at the end of the year where family and friends connect, OpenAIRE together with FREYA will start off the new year with a webinar on digital connections: Persistent Identifiers.
The follow-up to the CESSDA Expert Seminar 2018 will take place on Thursday 6 December 2018 from 09:00 – 13:00 in Berlin, Germany. It will be a side event at EDDI18 – 10th Annual European DDI User Conference.